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control to education, to national parks. it will not affect military or security costs for medicare, the engine of big spending. it is driving costs. >> let's make tough choices. everything, cutting our own budget. >> the president is aiming at tax breaks at the middle class. >> proposals will make it easier for families to get by, students to get ahead, workers to retire. but it came on the day a new poll confirmed americans top concerns, jobs and the economy. about to debut of every five -- two of every five american workers has been unemployed for six months. we have never seen anything like that before. >> i think people care more about results, about the creation of jobs, about getting a handle on the deficit, then they do about the next speech. >> the president of the united states. [applause] >> to americans, tomorrow night. this morning, congress comes out with more bad news on the deficit. even allies acknowledged the president's spending freeze would only make a dent. in washington, back to you. >> metro workers were killed this morning on the tracks. happened a few blocks
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issues. like, do you believe barack obama is a u.s. citizen? are social security and medicare socialism and do you believe barack obama is a solist. the idea is to make them unacceptable to the political middle. the tea partyers don't trust regular republicans at all. here's a tea party hero, glenn beck. >> americans have been fighting this battle in the last year through the tea parties. americans are on to the republicans, who are just really progressives. we know now i'm not going to trust somebody because they have a d. or an r. on their name. chris: andrew, the tea partyers are making the republicans sign on to this bill of particulars like the birther stuff. >> the burter stuff is deadly and a lot of people do think it. chris: deadly to whom? >> to the republican party. i think they do represent -- i think this is again bush, i have to say. they lived under eight years of an allegedly conservative president who spent and borrowed and invaded and did everything that a liberal democrat might have done. 'rtheye so furious but they repressed it now they're exploding. chris: you deal w
officials will not say what can be cut or eliminated. some programs like medicare and social security, pentagon, veterans programs, and foreign as would be exempt. they want to say $250 billion over the next 10 years. the president needs to rein in spending according to some. giving washington democrats unprecedented spending binge, it is like washington going on a diet after winning a pie eating contest. >> it looks like we will have another huge deficit this year as in last year. >> most indications seem to post -- . towards red ink. -- point toward red beak. >> many are plunging to raise money for the special olympics in maryland. this person is going to great lengths to show support for maryland families. their daughter suffers from down's syndrome. not even one year old, she lost her life before thanksgiving. they started raising money for the plunge in june. they are honoring the memory of their daughter. >> i never would have thought somebody who does not know me cares that much about my daughter. >> the $1,000 donations -- you can join him in joe flacco at the plunge at the ba
for your free information about aarp... medicare supplement insurance plans, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> good afternoon, everyone fifth roof of these few l.f. for the jeff. police shoot an alleged stalker and the memorial hospital for brief jennifer from tsa has the details fifth >> we were looking of the window and 15 minutes later we heard a big boom for reform -- residents heard gunfire f police found a suspect fail-safe philosophe and a suspect 50 enough >> just after 8:00, police said the suspect life, wanted on two florence. >> we located him here at union memorial hospital where he was talking to a patient fifth inf old wharf and if approached him, tried to arrest him, off and he became assistant. the suspect did not go down, they shot him in the line, off and then they have to take him down >> no one else was hurt in the into the fifth -- >> no word on whether the patient is the same person that the suspect list type killed and
in it and they begin with medicare. trying to pay for a lot of this by cutting medicare is not the solution. you've got to rearrange medicare, there was a story in the new york times this past week what happens at ucla where they extend life no matter what the cost is, and it becomes well beyond what is reasonable medically. >> as we get older. >> get older. but for example, at ucla medical center, they spend $92,000 i think is the number on the last two years of a life at portland, oregon north of there they spend $52,000 because they have better controls on medicare. so until you begin to pay for value and performance, then health care reform is not going to work despite all of the pieces. >> here we are at the dawn of a new decade. a lot of talk about the old decade. there was a cartoon that caught my eye that shows uncle sam trying to return the first decade of this century to the returns and exchanges bureau and the lady says i'm sorry, sir, we have rules against returning entire decades. but doris, a lot made about the notion of this being a lost decade, lost opportunities, lost wealth, not just
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or security, or entitlements like medicare. >> let us make the tough choices. every family in america has had to do that in cutting our own budget. >> tax breaks are a one to be aimed at the middle class according to the president. >> students to get ahead and workers to retire. with a new poll confirms america's top concerns as jobs and the economy. with many unemployed workers have been unemployed for over six months. we have never seen anything like that before. >> can he convince americans relief is up ahead. >> people care about results and the creation of jobs in getting a handle on the deficit rather than they do abut the next speech. >> the president of the united states. a this morning, congress is expecting more bad news for rising deficits. even the malaise -- even the president's allies say it would barely make a dent in it even given the hiring freeze. >> if you are feeling blue, the cold weather makes january and the next month a prime time for depression. the last full week of january is the most depressing day of thethe holidays are over, bills areif you are feeling down, get
premiums, bring down the deficit, cover the uninsured, strengthen medicare for seniors and stop insurance company abuses, let me know. [ applause ] >> let me know. i'm eager to see it. here's what i ask congress though. don't walk away from reform. not now. not when we are so close. let us find a way to come together and finish the job for the american people. [ applause ] >> let's get it done. let's get it done. [ applause ] >> now, even as health care reform would reduce our deficit, it's not enough to dig us out of a massive fiscal hole in which we find ourselves. it's a challenge that makes all others that much harder to solve, and one that's been subject to a lot of political posturing. so let me start the discussion of government spending by setting the record straight. at the beginning of the last decade, the year 2000, america had a budget surplus of over $200 billion. [ applause ] >> by the time i took office, we had a one-year deficit of over $1 trillion and projected deficits of $8 trillion over the next decade. most of this was the result of not paying for two wars, two tax cu
free information about aarp... medicare supplement insurance plans, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. >> love, local, late breaking, this is wbal 11 news at noon. >> hello, i am mindy. if you drive a toyota there are problems over accelerators in several popular models and toyota is forced to pull the vehicles from dealerships until they find a problem. >> with growing concern, toyota is now shutting down assembly lines and is suspending sales of eight models including the best- selling car in america -- the toyota camry. >> in many ways it is unprecedented, even shocking. it is the right thing for toyota to do. >> the dramatic move comes up for months of complaints about the cars excelling out of control. four people died just outside of dallas. that was when there avalon crashed through a fence and look into a pond of the day after christmas. last week they announced a recall over 2.3 million bottles. now car maker is taking another huge step, removing 65% of its inventory from showroom floors. the affected models are the 2009 and 2010 rav -- and some ot
to not include some of the biggest such as medicare and social security. the question now is was the speech good for the president and his agenda and his party? the answer to that will come in time. wbal tv 11 news. >> not all members of congress were present at the state of the union address. one person was at loyola university to outline themes in his book and the fed. >> i could not go to the house floor tonight to listen to the speech. the secret is i do not feel like i will be missing a whole lot. >> his book is his response to the big government solutions for the financial crisis. he is co author of a current bill requiring an audit of the federal reserve. we have a number of resources on the president's state of the union address on our website. you can watch the entire address, reading transcripts and take our online survey where you can grade in his performance so far. there is a link on our homepage wbaltv.com. >> funeral service arrangements have been made for a foreigchars matthias. he died monday at his home at the age of 87. >> we are following breaking news at this hour from north
-care system, they really steal from american taxpayers. they threaten the medicaid system, the medicare system, steal from private insurance and americans and the pain for it. >> they also discussed ways to identify bad billing practices and a barn anti-fraud techniques from private insurance companies -- and learn anti-fraud techniques from private insurance companies. >> in today's medical alert, some new mothers may have more difficulty nursing their babies if they are taking certain anti- depressant. doctors in cincinnati city have observed an act -- a lactation delay for moms taking sfri. it affects a chemical in the brain called serotonin. the land in the press are also regulated by serotonin. -- the glands in the breasts are also regulated by serotonin. winter weather can be really tough in so many ways and our skin can take a big hit with the cold, dry air making people dry and the cheap. -- and 80. . and itchy. >> it is no secret the wintry weather can wreak havoc on our skin. dermatologist dr. eric bernstein says the cold, dry air just sucks all the moisture right out of our bodies.
a policy point of view video what this ended up being was a $2.5 trillion bill, they cut medicare by half a trillion dollars, raised taxes by a half a trillion dollar, drive up insurance premiums for most americans, that's not preform. that didn't have much appeal to republican senators. >> so tick off the top three points of the republican plan for health care reform. >> first you do have to do it on a bipartisan basis. you put the cspan cameras in the room as the president said. you start with junk lawsuits against doctors and hospital, interstate competition among insurance companies, and many of my members would be looking -- willing to look at equalizing the tax code. right now if you're a corporation and you provide insurance, for your employees you get to deduct it on your corporate tax return. if you're an individual on the individual market, you don't. step by step to work on the cost problem. that's what republicans are willing to do. >> is universal coverage a priority? >> expanding coverage is a good idea. but even under this $2.5 trillion monstrosity they didn't end up coveri
and brought a lot of your medicare care and so we'll look for your reporting on nightly news. dr. snyderman, thank you very much. >>> we want to switch gears and >> we have plenty of rain in the area. the heaviest just north of the city. our forecast for today calling for rain, on again, off again, possibly heavy at times. >>> and when we're not here, you can always check on your weather online at weather.com. now here's jenna. >>> janice, thanks. two university of florida graduate students were in haiti working on a documentary film when the earthquake hit. moments later their cameras started rolling and here to share their incredible story are john and roman. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> you returned yesterday. in fact from what i understand you're both pretty much wearing the same clothes you were wearing while you were down there. we'll get you clothes to change into in a little bit. but, first of all, how are you guys doing emotionally? and then we'll get to exactly what happened. and how were you after the earthquake hit? >> yeah. i think it was definitely a shock
the medicare. >> and then we have to pay 3, 4 billion extra. >> you said the president should rethink health care reform. >> absolutely. that's not health care reform. to go and to put that extra burden, billions of dollars on other states, especially on california. just because we're the best state in the world, the most diverse economy. and everyone wants to come to california is no reason to beat up on california. and to always ask for more money from california. i think it's time for the federal government to go and take care of us. >> is that how you think about health care reform, something that ultimately would beat up on california? >> yes, it is. right now, i cannot imagine why we would have like i said, for instance, our senators and congressional people how they would vote for something like that where they are representing nebraska and not us. and by the way, as i said in my state of the state, that's the biggest rip-off, i mean, that is against the law to buy a vote. >> talking about senator nelson. >> that's like buying a vote to say -- >> the government will pay. >> i'm voting
to qualify for medicare, the gannons say they can no longer afford their own health care coverage. >> god, if one of us gets sick, what do we do now? because we don't have anything. >> we're going to sit up now. >> narrator: patrick goes to physical, speech, and occupational therapy at a nearby hospital paid for by blue shield but the family says they can spend hours on the phone each day trying to get approval for additional sessions. his therapist says he needs them. >> they give you wrong numbers to call them back. they give you wrong fax numbers. >> it's no longer a denial. it's you just didn't get the therapies you asked for. which in one case was 24. we got 12. >> narrator: they take what they get and appeal the rest. >> patrick, can you lift your head up? >> i'm right here. >> all the way up. >> up. >> he has deteriorated from a muscle structure point of view. one at a time. >> come on. >> yeah! >> narrator: at the end of the day, exhaustion. >> he's going to have to come off the bed. >> narrator: but little sleep. >> i always want to be close to him, just in case. and this is the
plan with, you're going to cut half a trillion from medicare, affect tri-care and raise taxes. people are hurting right now and they thought we could do better. >> during the campaign, you were referred to as 41, the reference being that if you were elected, you would be the 41st republican in the senate and put an end to the democrats' supermajority, and you said you'd like to be the decisive vote to block health care reform. so, is that number one on your agenda when you get to washington? >> no. the first thing i'm going to do when i get to washington is go and meet everybody, both democrat and republican -- >> but once you get done with that. >> establish that -- well, once i get done with that, whatever bill comes up, i'll look at it and make my own decision, but if it is the health care bill, we already have 98% of our people insured here already in massachusetts, so, we do not need the plan that's being pushed upon us. we would have lesser care, longer lines and pay higher taxes and it makes no sense. >> you may not need it because you and the people of massachusetts are insure
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